Over the next four years, the new Patriotic Party will strengthen the implementation of free programmes for upper secondary education (SHS) and technical and vocational education (TVET).
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumiya will continue to increase the number of staff and educational facilities, including the use of ICT educational resources, in public higher education institutions to support the expected increase in the number of students in open SHS.
This was laid down in a party programme, which also ensured that no student admitted to an institution of higher education was refused tuition fees.
We offer all these students, with the exception of teachers and nurses who have an allowance, the possibility to get a student loan without having to provide a deposit for the loan, provided the student has a national identification number on a Ghanaian card.
Payment of the student loan is deferred after completion of the national service, plus an additional one-year grace period.
The Government of Ghana is committed to improving the quality of education in 10,000 schools with a low impact on primary education in all 260 districts and to strengthening equity and accountability in the Ghanaian education sector.
They stated that learning grants for selected schools would be provided as a complement to investment grants; the programme would provide support and resources for teachers, support for school management, accountability systems and monitoring and evaluation.
It indicates that around 2.3 million students and 76,000 teachers in the selected schools will benefit directly from the project, develop a comprehensive national teachers’ policy and implement the national project on digital literacy for teachers.
The next government of the nuclear power plant will introduce standards and professionalism in this sector. It will ensure a high level of teacher education and development, working conditions, recruitment and retention of teachers, structure and career paths, recognition and reward systems, accountability, school management, social inclusion and social dialogue.
It will also train and recruit more teachers in kindergarten, primary education, French, TVET, special education and other areas, and reduce the number of children leaving school in Ghana, so that each pupil is identified and monitored in a consistent manner.
The next government of NPP will establish a National Knowledge and Assessment Bank, a comprehensive digital library providing access to teaching materials for all students in Ghana and a collection of tools for assessing the performance of teachers and trainers.
The next nuclear power plant government will promote the implementation and use of the iCampus portal, which provides free access to educational content in core subjects to all students studying CBC.
It will continue to offer a 24-hour television channel to GBC’s Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) platform and the national DTT platform as free airtime.
According to the plant, it will implement a robust, state-of-the-art Learning Management System (LMS) that will enable teachers to create additional content and perform online learning and assessment activities, as well as provide preloaded digital devices with preloaded digital content for CBC students and teachers.
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